Frontpages Web Hosting Network discounts
Managed hosting and dedicated service provider Frontpages Web Hosting Network offers hosting discounts to web developers, resellers and non-profit organisations. Whether it is a free site or discounted rates, these three programs offer valuable benefits for hosting with FWHN.
Through the Web Developer Program, customers receive free SharePoint, Exchange, web or dedicated server hosting when they refer two or more customers every six months. Referred customer plans must be of equal or greater value to the free plan in order to qualify.
The Reseller Hosting Program allows customers to start a hosting company without purchasing expensive equipment or hiring engineers. FWHN takes care of it for you. Plus, tiered discounts are applied based on the number of plans purchased, starting with as few as two hosting plans. Customers with multiple hosting accounts should consider reseller hosting, as they can save as much as 40% on shared hosting plans and 10% on dedicated server plans.
With the Non-Profit Hosting Program, organizations receive deep discounts on hosting services. Charitable or educational organizations must be able to verify their non-profit status through a 501(c)(3) document or a federal/ state tax exempt form. Non-profit customers receive a 30% discount on all shared hosting plans and a 10% discount on all dedicated server plans.
“We have designed these programs to help clients grow their revenue and customer base, while keeping IT costs low,” said Rob LaMear, President FWHN. “Through these offers, clients and their customers receive reliable hosting and great support at a discounted rate.”
FWHN is a leader in providing managed web hosting services for SharePoint, Exchange, CRM and dedicated server solutions to customers around the world. As one of the largest independent, U.S.-owned, managed hosting providers today, they serve companies ranging from the Fortune 500 to the SME (small and medium-enterprise) market.
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